These are unusual times for all of us and that can make us feel stressed. We’re planning a whole load of additional Wellbeing Support for the Warwick community over the next few weeks, as well as the online support that is currently available. If you’re anxious or just need a place to talk in the meantime, you might like these tips from Big White Wall: 1. It’s normal to feel worried when we face uncertainty around our health and lifestyles. Big White Wall is an online community where members can share how they're feeling in a safe in a safe environment. Sign up today www.bigwhitewall.com @BigWhiteWall1 2. It's important to stay connected even when we have to distance ourselves socially. Stay part of a community with Big White Wall. Remember, you’re not alone. Visit www.bigwhitewall.com to register for a safe community to support your mental health, 24/7. @BigWhiteWall1 3. Stuck at home? Feeling nervous about the state of things? It could be a good time to spend some time protecting your mental health. @bigwhitewall1 has a course on managing anxiety, alongside a safe online community where you can express how you're feeling & connect with others. Sign up today www.bigwhitewall.com
Sometimes it's good to look at things from another perspective. During these unusual times make sure to look after your mental wellbeing, your neighbours and your loved ones, as well as your physical health, whether you’re at uni or at home. It remains important that we all continue to support one another to protect and champion the Warwick community. Please have a read of our online resource containing Coronavirus advice at Warwick: https://warwick.ac.uk/insite/coronavirus/
We are aware that staff and students may have concerns about #Coronavirus. We’re here to reassure you that the safety and wellbeing of our community is our highest priority. We’ve put together an online resource including travel advice, advice on working from home, and information on support available. Please be patient if we can’t answer your question immediately, as the situation may change rapidly. Coronavirus advice at Warwick: https://warwick.ac.uk/insite/coronavirus (clickable link in bio).
#WarwickTalk #UniMentalHealthDay Thursday, 5th March is University Mental Health Day. Find out what's on and how to join in: https://warwick.ac.uk/students/news/talk
Spring has officially sprung at @warwickbschool! Who’s excited? 🐇🌼
HRH The Prince of Wales officially opened the National Automotive Innovation Centre (NAIC) yesterday. Our Vice Chancellor, Professor Stuart Croft said: ‘I warmly welcome HRH The Prince of Wales to the University of Warwick campus to open the NAIC. It’s location underscores Coventry, Warwickshire and the West Midlands’ leading roles in UK and international automotive innovation and research”.